The remains of two male victims, believed to be Bosniaks killed in 1992, were found near the town of Cajnice, in Republika Srpska.
Representatives of the Bosnian Institute of Missing Persons and an investigator of the Prosecution of Bosnia and Herzegovina were in charge of the exhumation in the village of Samlici, near Cajnice.
The remains were transported to the nearby hospital in Gorazde, where the identity of the victims will be established through DNA analysis.
According to verdicts of The Hague Tribunal and the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bosnian Serb forces and paramilitary units expelled and killed the non-Serb population in Cajnice in the spring and early summer of 1992.
The Research and Documentation Center in Sarajevo has found that during the war around 300 people, mainly Bosniaks, were killed in Cajnice.
According to figures of the International Commission for Missing Persons, ICMP, at the end of the conflicts in Bosnia and Herzegovina there were around 30,000 people missing, presumably dead. Until now two thirds have been identified and around 10,000 are still missing.